"jr" <cre### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> "Norbert Kern" <nor### [at] t-onlinede> wrote:
> > ...
> > Personally I don't see a clear winning system and I don't have the eastern
> > mentality to give my data away like in Taiwan or South Corea.
> > Nobody will get my moving data, that's for sure!
> sure? ;-) a couple of years ago or so the BBC had an article on their website
> (technology section, I think. cannot -- of course -- find the bookmark now)
> which stated that the state security services here (UK) can predict a person's
> physical movement/location for 24 hours in advance, with a better than 90%
> accuracy; based on all those .. habitual actions. and the BND won't be
> different. I guess that we all "leak" sufficient data for those who have the
> ability to collate it.
> (and thanks for the light&shadows, new laptop wallpaper :-))
> regards, jr.
Of course you are right. Nobody would find interesting or unusual things in my
movement data alone. But this is part of another western value - individualism.
I feel the right to decide, if I give the data by free will - that's all.
Personally I'ld like to know, why is there so much surveillance in London. Is it
because of the terrorist attacks of 2005/2017? Even then it seems to me unusual
for a western country.
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